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Eric Adams Implies That He Supports Abortion up Until Birth

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Eric Adams Implies That He Supports Abortion up Until Birth

"Eric Adams the New York City mayor everybody thought he was a moderate everybody thought he was a Law & Order guy He's a buffoon Another incompetent And he was asked a question today on CNN cut 6 go A poll that just came out this morning NPR marriage says the vast majority of Americans do not support overturning roe versus wade But a majority including the majority of Democrats does believe that there could or should be some restrictions in the direction Roe V wade has restrictions It has trimesters And in the third trimester it basically says that the state has an interest in protecting what is a viable baby Does anybody know this other than me They've gone way past roe versus wade This isn't even about roe versus wade anymore The Democrats want abortion on demand partial birth abortion right up to the last second right before birth And Adams admits it Go ahead That could be you say no restrictions at all No I say and I continue to say and I stand by this When we should determine what they're going to do with their bodies And should they determine what they're going to do With the viable babies body see this is where the rubber hits the road This is where they really can't have an answer This is why this witness foster was so good with Raskin Okay we'll have an exception for rape and incest Will you vote for our building I reclaim my time His answer is no

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Jesse Watters: Why Are We Feeding Illegals Before Americans?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | Last week

Jesse Watters: Why Are We Feeding Illegals Before Americans?

"Jesse watters had his own unique take on this reprehensible situation yesterday on Fox News channel. Why are we feeding illegal babies ahead of American babies? Why can illegals get baby formula from border agents, but we can't get it at Walgreens? Does any of this make sense? None of this is rocket science. For instance, we have oil in Alaska. Gas. Just broke a record. It's almost what? Four 50 a gallon? What is Joe Biden do today? Shuts down a massive oil lease in the state of Alaska. Is anybody in The White House thinking? Inflation is at a record high. So how about we stop spending and stop printing? Right? It's the same thing with defund the police. We want to treat everybody on the street with respect, but we want to give the police the tools to fight crime. Everybody agrees with that. Judge jeanine said the other day, mayor Adams and Manhattan, taken thousands of guns off the street, but the crime is going up. Why? Because we're not taking the criminals off the street.

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Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

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Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | Last week

Josh Hammer on This Week's Unprecedented Events Surrounding SCOTUS

"I have the privilege now of welcoming the next guest to the show. Josh hammer, the opinion editor for newsweek, Josh, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Andrew, good to see you, my Friends. Always a pleasure. I likewise, likewise. You are, in my opinion, one of the most prescient legal minds on the conservative side. I think you're very fair. I think you try and play it very fair, but you write extensively about the constitution, you are very well versed on the Supreme Court. Obviously you're the opinion editor at newsweek, so you have a very powerful platform. From a legal mind such as yours, looking at what's been going on over the past week and really accelerated over the last couple of days over the weekend, trying to paint a picture for the audience listening just how unprecedented this is and just how truly radical it is in your estimation. Yeah, no, Andrew, there's so much to unpack here, obviously. But before we get into the constitution and the Dobbs case and all of that, just any pro life perspective, someone who personally, you know, I cofounded law students for life, the pro life student group back when I was in law school at the University of Chicago. I have marched in sub zero temperatures in Chicago, back when I was in law school there on four life, it is really, really, really terrible that the culmination of now a half century of pro life efforts to speak on behalf of unborn children for the sacredness of all innocent human life has now been sullied by this unprecedented and really just disgusting alinsky eyed at all cost tactics that we are now seeing. And, you know, it's easy to call things unprecedented, but in this particular case, Andrew, they're literally is zero precedent for what we are seeing right now. This kind of thing simply does not happen. The Supreme Court literally can only get by when the justice is the clerks know that their emails are not going to be leaked because if the entire notion of a government of laws and not of men to kind of borrow the famous quip from John Adams back from the 1780s, if that phrase means anything at all, it means that the judicial branch and the Supreme Court in particular can not possibly be swayed or cowed by public mob

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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Astros stretch winning streak to 6 with 3-2 win over Tigers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Astros stretch winning streak to 6 with 3-2 win over Tigers

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Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Times Our Government Wanted to Monitor & Control Speech

"And now we have these efforts with the government To monitor speech of a government's monitoring speech it wants to control speech This has happened from time to time in our history The difference is believe that these were terrible terrible even grave errors on the part of presidents and congresses Whether it was done by John Adams our second president to try and silence Thomas Jefferson in the new Republican Party The Civil War period where some 200 newspapers were shut down A hundred years ago when Woodrow Wilson the more modern period actually in prison people who disagree with this position on the war when FDR unleash the IRS against his political opponents who would speak out against him and that would include numerous newspaper publishers and I could go on and on These are very very bad times in American history but now presumably we've learned from this And if you noticed how little the corrupt American media AKA the American pravda how little they've objected to this It's conservatives Constitutionalists who are objecting

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The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

The Amendments Woodrow Wilson Supported for the Sedition Act

"And I touched on this yesterday and I want to tell you about Woodrow Wilson a little bit more detail In addition to being a racist and a segregationist and a Democrat And a so called progressive And this is straight out of unfreedom of the press but nonetheless the facts are important During the course of World War I which will Wilson who had been a leaning progressive intellectual for decades supported a series of congressional amendments that Congress added to the so called espionage act Which collectively became known as the sedition act of May 16th 1918 Sedition act It was one of the acts passed under John Adams you'll recall And this act stated in part whoever when the United States is at war shall willfully utter print write or publish any disloyal profane scurrilous or abusive language about the form of government of the United States for the constitution of the United States Where the military or naval forces of the United States are the flag of the United States or the uniform of the army or the navy of the United States into contempt scorn Or disrepute shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000 back then It's big today was massive back then Or the imprisonment for not more than 20 years or both Provided that any employee or official of the United States government who commits any disloyal on patriotic or disloyal language or who and it abusive and violent matter criticizes the army or navy or the flag of the United States shall be at once dismissed from service

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams Believes He Has the Authority to Keep Masks

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:39 sec | Last month

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Believes He Has the Authority to Keep Masks

"You want to check out Eric Adams. Now, this presumably a pretty tough guy because he was a cop. Police officers in New York City are tough birds. They're tough folks. They've seen it all. Been through it all. But he evidently is nervous enough about COVID that he stands outside with the sun beaming down on him. Nobody around him wearing a mask. We are going to continue to encourage New Yorkers to wear masks on the subway and we believe that we have the authorization to do so.

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After bullets flew, NYC subway workers kept their cool

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

After bullets flew, NYC subway workers kept their cool

"New new new new York's York's York's York's mayor mayor mayor mayor and and and and police police police police commissioner commissioner commissioner commissioner vowed vowed vowed vowed to to to to keep keep keep keep subway subway subway subway safe safe safe safe after after after after last last last last week's week's week's week's shooting shooting shooting shooting mayor mayor mayor mayor Eric Eric Eric Eric Adams Adams Adams Adams says says says says social social social social media media media media companies companies companies companies must must must must step step step step up up up up when when when when it it it it comes comes comes comes to to to to tracking tracking tracking tracking people people people people like like like like Frank Frank Frank Frank James James James James arrested arrested arrested arrested for for for for the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting you you you you left left left left it it it it online online online online trail trail trail trail of of of of hate hate hate hate this this this this is is is is a a a a corporate corporate corporate corporate responsibility responsibility responsibility responsibility we'll we'll we'll we'll watch watch watch watch in in in in hate hate hate hate groups groups groups groups online online online online also also also also when when when when asked asked asked asked on on on on ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's this this this this week week week week with with with with George George George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos about about about about comments comments comments comments made made made made by by by by former former former former police police police police commissioner commissioner commissioner commissioner bill bill bill bill Bratton Bratton Bratton Bratton that that that that the the the the scales scales scales scales are are are are tipped tipped tipped tipped very very very very heavily heavily heavily heavily in in in in favor favor favor favor of of of of the the the the reforms reforms reforms reforms resulting resulting resulting resulting in in in in rising rising rising rising crime crime crime crime Adam Adam Adam Adam said said said said I I I I believe believe believe believe he's he's he's he's right right right right and and and and we we we we have have have have to to to to rebuild rebuild rebuild rebuild that that that that trust trust trust trust but but but but we we we we can't can't can't can't rebuild rebuild rebuild rebuild that that that that trust trust trust trust by by by by allowing allowing allowing allowing those those those those who who who who are are are are dangers dangers dangers dangers and and and and that that that that had had had had they they they they have have have have the the the the repeated repeated repeated repeated history history history history of of of of violence violence violence violence continue continue continue continue to to to to be be be be on on on on our our our our streets streets streets streets I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Eric Adams on Rising Crime: I Thought Black Lives Mattered

Mark Levin

01:38 min | Last month

Eric Adams on Rising Crime: I Thought Black Lives Mattered

"But he has a good question This is a question that we've asked here on many occasions Cut sex go As the NYPD was searching for this suspect in the subway shooting yesterday there were more than a dozen shootings in the city last night and not to mention the shootings that we've seen recently of young innocent people some older as well being shot on the streets of New York How do you get a handle on this crime in this city mister mayor Bobby and consistent with our message Here's my question that I put out to the city I felt Black Lives Matter We are all those who stated Black Lives Matter Then go do an analysis of who was killed or shot last night I was up all night speaking to my commanders in The Bronx in Brooklyn The victims were black Many of the shooters were black So I asked the question that was asking me when I was a child It's 10 a.m. 10 p.m. do you know where your children are Why are 16 17 and 18 year olds out in our streets armed with guns 12 1 o'clock at night When are we going to start asking these serious questions If black lives matters then there are thousands of people I saw on the street When Floyd was murdered should be on the street right now state stating that the lives of these black children that are dying every night matters

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Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Man arrested in Brooklyn subway attack, charged with terror

"A a a a man man man man accused accused accused accused of of of of shooting shooting shooting shooting ten ten ten ten people people people people in in in in a a a a Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn subway subway subway subway station station station station in in in in New New New New York York York York has has has has been been been been arrested arrested arrested arrested a a a a day day day day after after after after the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting mayor mayor mayor mayor Eric Eric Eric Eric Adams Adams Adams Adams declared declared declared declared we we we we got got got got him him him him is is is is Frank Frank Frank Frank James James James James chief chief chief chief of of of of detectives detectives detectives detectives James James James James Essig Essig Essig Essig said said said said he he he he was was was was taken taken taken taken into into into into custody custody custody custody in in in in Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan based based based based on on on on a a a a tip tip tip tip NYPD NYPD NYPD NYPD patrol patrol patrol patrol officers officers officers officers from from from from the the the the ninth ninth ninth ninth precinct precinct precinct precinct responded responded responded to to to Saint Saint Saint marks marks marks and and and First First First Avenue Avenue Avenue where where where they they they apprehended apprehended apprehended him him him without without without incident incident incident in in in recent recent recent months months months James James James railed railed railed in in in online online online videos videos videos about about about racism racism racism mental mental mental health health health and and and violence violence violence Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn U. U. U. S. S. S. attorney attorney attorney Briand Briand Briand piece piece piece pointed pointed pointed out out out one one one federal federal federal charge charge charge against against against James James James which which which prohibits prohibits prohibits terrorists terrorists terrorists and and and other other other violent violent violent attacks attacks attacks against against against mass mass mass transportation transportation transportation systems systems systems he he he says says says there there there are are are no no no signs signs signs James James James was was was tied tied tied to to to any any any terror terror terror organization organization organization the the the motive motive motive for for for the the the attack attack attack remains remains remains unclear unclear unclear I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams: It Is Time to Get Serious About Guns in Our City

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last month

NYC Mayor Eric Adams: It Is Time to Get Serious About Guns in Our City

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Mike Gallagher's Prediction Was Right

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last month

Mike Gallagher's Prediction Was Right

"Do you remember when I said this, if you were listening yesterday to the Mike Gallagher show, you heard me share this opinion. You mark my words by the end of the day, some prominent Democrat will do what Democrats always do after a mass shooting and they'll blame the gun rather than the evil person who pulled the trigger. So we had an office pool. I think Derek won because he was the one who said it probably will be the mayor. I'll bet you it'll be mayor Eric Adams, who's of course locked down in COVID quarantine. He's got a flag in his bedroom and he's sitting there on Skype because he's got COVID, although he seems to be functioning just great. So thankfully, mild symptoms or no symptoms, but he is in lockdown, unable to lead the city in person because of COVID. Now we can argue about that. In a moment. But I want you to hear what Eric Adams said. Fulfilling my prediction that the left that people on the left love to vilify and inanimate object, but they are reluctant to say bad things about the actual person who uses. The inanimate

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Anxieties resurface as gunfire erupts on NYC subway

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Anxieties resurface as gunfire erupts on NYC subway

"Police police police police continue continue continue continue to to to to search search search search for for for for a a a a gunman gunman gunman gunman that that that that shot shot shot shot ten ten ten ten people people people people on on on on a a a a New New New New York York York York City City City City train train train train yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday and and and and injured injured injured injured even even even even more more more more as as as as commuters commuters commuters commuters were were were were back back back back on on on on that that that that same same same same subway subway subway subway today today today today with with with with concerns concerns concerns concerns here here here here at at at at the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty sixth sixth sixth sixth street street street street train train train train station station station station in in in in sunset sunset sunset sunset park park park park Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn police police police police patrolled patrolled patrolled patrolled the the the the platform platform platform platform now now now now but but but but I I I I lied lied lied lied center center center center Iago Iago Iago Iago who who who who takes takes takes takes this this this this train train train train every every every every day day day day to to to to work work work work says says says says it's it's it's it's not not not not something something something something she's she's she's she's used used used used to to to to seeing seeing seeing seeing I I I I think think think think it's it's it's it's outrageous outrageous outrageous outrageous that that that that there's there's there's there's absolutely absolutely absolutely absolutely no no no no please please please please and and and and this this this this is is is is Danny Danny Danny Danny noise noise noise noise daily daily daily daily commute commute commute commute to to to to get get get get his his his his daughter daughter daughter daughter to to to to school school school school he he he he says says says says having having having having police police police police patrol patrol patrol patrol the the the the stations stations stations stations is is is is not not not not the the the the answer answer answer answer the the the the reality reality reality reality is is is is that that that that this this this this kind kind kind kind of of of of thing thing thing thing if if if if someone someone someone someone wants wants wants wants to to to to do do do do this this this this the the the the cops cops cops cops are are are are just just just just not not not not going going going going to to to to stop stop stop stop them them them them we we we need need need things things things for for for people people people where where where people people people don't don't don't want want want to to to do do do this this this Merrick Merrick Merrick Adams Adams Adams once once once a a a transit transit transit cop cop cop has has has been been been talking talking talking about about about metal metal metal detectors detectors detectors in in in the the the subways subways subways in in in sunset sunset sunset park park park Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:14 min | Last month

Frank James Now a Suspect in Brooklyn Shooting

"Let me begin by updating you on yesterday's shooting in Brooklyn, which began just as I left the air. Good job by Mike Gallagher of today, if you follow me on many of these stations and picking up the chaos and carnage in New York or Mike would know. I do not know Brooklyn well, of course, been there a few times over the years, but I don't know well. 33 shots fired inside of a subway train in Brooklyn. Ten wounded, 13 others treated for smoking inhalation, and Frank James, the person of interest, not called a suspect, but boy it sounds like a suspect to me. Had a 9 millimeter handgun at least one, which apparently jammed. And consumer grade fireworks. I don't know what consumer grade fireworks are. And I hatch it. Gasoline did something planned in a deeply deranged mind, obviously. He's from Milwaukee, 5 foot 5 black man dressed in green construction vest and a gray hooded sweater. So just about everything you heard yesterday was wrong at the beginning. Orange construction vest, big black man. He's a little black guy. And they can't find him. He rented a U haul truck. He's gone. He's posted rants about Eric Adams, New York's new mayor on YouTube.

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams: Today Was a Difficult Day for New York

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | Last month

NYC Mayor Eric Adams: Today Was a Difficult Day for New York

"As we indicated today was a difficult case with New York Days like these are playing out too often since across America As mentioned this morning we witnessed an act of violence and evil in the heart of Brooklyn Which took a tactic so we called for a visit to the people at the 36th street station We saw a quiet Tuesday morning return the imagery between war zone as a small bomb was detonated and multiple shots rang out We witnessed 20 individuals so far as it was made

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

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"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world informing america's farmers and ranchers. This is a show produced by the american egg radio network. Here's your host. Mike adams low everyone. Welcome to aoa. Thank you so much for joining us letting us be part of your day. We appreciate that. You had a good holiday weekend. We're ready to go here. As we take a look at weather today harvest getting underway john barack. Dt an will join us. Give us a harvest forecast. Run talk with purdue egg economists michael lang meyer. Get the latest results from the produce. Cme group egg economy barometer. And ethan lane with the national cattlemen's beef association will join his talk about some legislative issues. All that coming up on today's program so glad that you're with us Can be an interesting week ahead. And we kind of set the stage. Sarah wyatt editor and president of agriculture communication. Sarah thank you for joining us. If you had a good holiday. I sure did mike. I hope you did as well sure did. And yeah a little bit of harvesting It's starting to pick up each day's we're heading into that busy harvest season. We urge everyone. Please be careful to have a safe harvest season. Well sarah also as harvest starts up We're kind of watching some infrastructure issues from the recent hurricane ida There's still some damage to be repaired that could slow things down a little bit but hopefully the good things are going to open up. Yeah mike as we reported from talking to some of the officials who are in that area They do hope to have the Traffic moved out at some of the damage. Barges out of the way Later this week but certainly you know. It's been a setback for those who are starting to harvest the south already one be products. It was Quite a bit of damage dot to cargill terrible there it just is a i guess a constant reminder that You mother nature is always going to be trying to challenge what infrastructure we do have and it can Certainly take precedence over our efforts.

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"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

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"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

08:26 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

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Craig mackie in k. Abroad imas matt Again we talked about the weather and the winds blew through here last night and a little bit of rain In the old days that could cause some setup problems but no problems here this year. Yeah the you know. That's one of the beauties of of the of the permanent sites back in the good old days. When we built this in a cornfield we would be in the process right now of destroying the show site seven tenths of an inch rain would would just torn the streets all the pieces. We be dragging semis in and out in and it would have made a mess of the twenty twenty one show before the gates ever opened. So fortunately don't have that problem. Everything looks good. And i can't get over. How much has gone up in the exhibit field. I mean there's been a lot done in the last few days. Yeah we're we were talking off air. The you kind of david mentioned that you kinda measure it by how much you can see through it over over the course of as you kinda step out of the office and you no longer see through the show site. There's tents and buildings and the the loading dock has gotten very busy in the last couple of days and and a lot of a lot of the field. Demo equipment is here and ready to tuna and the you can start to see the exhibits taking shape. It's it's getting to that. That kind of exciting point where where. It's it changes every hour now. So take sue these final days. Now you're less than a week away out. How does the final days go as far as getting ready so You know we as things ramp up we bring in more and more people with the office is turning into a busy place with more and more of our staff coming in You know we're we're getting to that transition point where it's not just ten companies and landscapers electricians that are here now you're starting to see company people coming in the league came in this morning you know the the gal that sits up cases here john deere's offsite setting up right now and and we just kind of start to work more and more with those folks and at the same time on show operations there signing going up. I've got. I'm just as an example. I'm training the folks that are going to work in the info boost. I'm training them tonight. So you're starting to train the volunteers. There's sunday and monday or full of parking staff meetings and admission folk meetings and the field demo crew meetings and and just just getting getting everything ramped up And and the good news is you know. We've we've done this. I think this is a ninth time through decatur. So you know kathy with the info boost. She knows what she's doing. And the crew holding the rope. They know what they're doing and the crew. That does the parking in the horses. The park they know where they gotta go park and do their thing so that it. We're fortunate that we've got so many great people that are willing to come back and you're gonna talk to scott gregor here in a little bit. You've got great host. Farmers like david that they just know what to do and it gets it just gets done and a lot can change. Obviously in the next week but right now. The forecast looks good for next week little cooler. Yeah i generally think forecasts are worth the paper. They're written on tonight. But for some reason i still check them every day. I know i sit and watch radar screens and forecasts and things. But you know we'll take some heat this week. We've had our test with what kind of wins. The place contain already And it looks like you. Know i rarely. Is it gonna go from being this hot to being nice and cool during the show without some kind of a thunderstorm coming through and bumping us around a little bit in between. That looks like it's going to be sunday or maybe monday morning. But if that i'll buy that forecast if we can have it i'll i'll take it because it looks like a beautiful three days for the show. Unfortunately the corona virus is still in the news and we've seen the latest surge in in in cases. Has that changed any of your plans for the show. It has not The cdc's guidance hasn't changed for several weeks now and we're still going with that guidance. Which is that in any. Enclosed areas masks are recommended but not required and with the outdoor nature of the show You know we've all probably been to a fair here. And there. I was at the illinois state fair and got reports now state fair that you know when you're out about you. Just don't see that many masks when you go into places where maybe they ought to be worn. You do see a few of them here and there And we're kind of get to that point where it's it's a little hard to derail it now. The shows kind of picking up. Its own momentum. And she's just gonna kinda happen here. Tuesday wednesday thursday so i'd invite everybody to common. You will see some exhibitors with some different rules here and there they may ask you to wear mask but For the most part. I think it's going to be. It's going to be what you've seen at other events here in the midwest gates open. What time tuesday. Eight o'clock every day. Open till five tuesday wednesday open till four on thursday. Right.

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Adams on Agriculture

06:44 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"I'll take dig a little learn a lot. Four thirty bushels soft and crumbly. Tom how does healthy soil feel to the touch correct dig a little for forty bushels sweet and earthy tom. What does healthy soil smell like. Yes go dig a little for fifty bushels. Dark poros and the live tom. What does healthy soil looked like. You win understanding the basics and benefits of healthy soil can make your farm a winner to through. Lower input costs better yields and drought protection which can lead to a healthier bottom line for your business. Contact your local natural resources conservation service office today to find out how you can unlock the secrets in your soil. This message brought to you by. Usda natural resources conservation service and this radio station heading to the farm progress show indicator illinois this year. Be sure to stop by. This injected boot to talk with local agronomists at product experts. Then visit this syngenta square to relax and enjoy a cold beverage during the show. Mike adams adams on agriculture will be broadcasting. Live all three days from syngenta boots. Four forty one. Stop by the watson. Show live at nine. Am that's who four forty one at nine. Am we look forward to seeing you indicator at the farm progress show progressive farmer knows content delivered on pops swiss available. We created our weakness on field bringing convenient and easy to listen to join me. Ceremony is is aggregated close. To was properly you can library podcast new topics by diene dot com backslash fueled post. This is around the table where we explore the benefits of cooperative ownership and our guest today as kent beetle director producer brokerage for c. h. s. hedging scared to talk about alternative grain contracts. Can't there are a lot of different grain contract for farmers out there today. Just what our alternative grain contracts alternative grain contracts are not all that unlike normal grain contracts. But they do specify delivery to a local elevator. What is different about them is that they are Hedged over the counter mechanisms what that typically means for the farmers that these contracts have some amount of optionality involved in the pricing structure so that means more specifically that there might be an average contract with some sort of a floor establish. It might mean that. There's a premium paid for old crop bushels in exchange for an obligation for new crop bushels or through options sales. It might mean that you would accumulate bushels over time at a price that's higher than the actual market price but taking on some obligations such as Double up requirements and gore knockout closets. Ken how do these types of contracts fit into a farmer's marketing plan. Will we recommend that alternative. Contracts have a small part in growers marketing plan generally with contracts like the accumulator which is one of the most popular contracts. We would recommend that they only dedicate twenty to thirty percents of their overall crop production to a contract like this but if in fact the grower does understand the benefits and the obligations of contracts. Like this we do think it has a place in a marketing plan. That's can't beetle director producer brokerage for chs hedging. Thanks for joining us around the table. Learn more about the benefits of co ownership from c. h. s. at cooperative ownership dot com. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Hi this is. Mike adams you can rely on us for the latest farm and ranch news from around the world information. America's farmers and ranchers need to know fun a now back to mike edits. We continue to look at the economy last time. We talked with american farm. Bureau federation economists. Veronica ni- we were talking about rising input costs certainly a challenge that Even during this time of higher commodity prices of the higher input costs are a factor for farmers to deal with Even with a strong market that we've seen for some time. Now there are still economic challenges out there for some farmers who went to look at the the farm bankruptcy numbers veronica. Thank you for joining us. what levels are we at right now with of farm bankruptcies compared to a year ago or two years ago. And yeah so you don't actually For the first time and 2015 the overall national data on farm chapter twelve from bankruptcies is that we've actually seen a decline. Which of course is is welcomed news But measuring from july one twenty twenty through june. Thirty two thousand twenty one That that's the basis of for for counting or look. We saw four hundred thirty eight chapter twelve bankruptcies in the us which was down twenty four percent from where we were in the same period that ended june. Thirty twenty twenty so Certainly the right direction Though i'd be remiss to if i didn't say you know every farm bankruptcy that that we see is certainly called pause than is an unfortunate so Not too not not nothing. jump out with the. Hey good news. that still acknowledging but any any farm wasp is. It is unfortunate. Yeah the good news. It's trending in the right direction but as you said There are still those individual issues and challenges that are faced out there and we hate to see anyone go through that So when we look at the overall economy Another time of strong prices. They're up and down a little bit but overall certainly higher levels and we seem for some time that gives opportunities but As we've talked about before the higher input costs there are challenges yet still managed that right so Just because the commodity prices are higher. That doesn't mean everything is Everybody's gonna do Great and All all problems go away just.

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Adams on Agriculture

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world informing america's farmers and ranchers. This is a produced by the american egg radio network. Here's your host mike adams and hello. Everyone welcome again to so glad. You've joined us from lettuce letting us be part of your day. Always appreciate that. We have plenty to talk about today for sheer. We're gonna talk about a deal on dairy between the us and the e. You get the latest on that from the national milk producers federation. We'll talk markets with todd holtman with dt in and dock infrastructure and biofuels. With steve since key. Ceo the american soybean association. All coming up on today's program but we're gonna start things off looking at our red meat. Exports first half of the year of very strong pace continues and here to talk about it as hallstrom president and ceo. The us meat export federation. Dan thanks for joining us. We've been talking about these numbers month after month. They continue to be good. Yeah good morning. My guest most definitely the momentum continues albeit. June was probably a little bit under where we were at in april or may but less the first six months are are showing very very good signs You know about eighteen percent on beef and a couple of percent on pork which are both record paces for the year and i think the broad-based demand across many markets is really the story. Well let's take local start on the beef side. First of all were our our beef. Exports strongest sh. Yeah i think think. You're looking at probably Two different regions of the world number-one asia korea japan two of our strong continue to be very very strong on beef and china. Of course we've been talking about china. The last several months teens to see You know for a very low base but huge growth You know year on year. So so that's going well and the most welcome I don't know if it's a surprise but welcome news is we're really starting to see a rebound latin america mexico central america south america. Here certainly food service rebound Nineteen lockdowns are being relaxed. And the it's not back to normal yet but it's on its way so that's good news for the beef industry. Let's talk about cova. Stop here for a moment for we get deport. How concerned are you about the resurgence of of cova the new variants and In some countries going to lockdowns and things like that yeah What we're very concerned. But we've been dealing with all along while the us the last several months Things we're looking quite a bit better You know. Japan and korea for example two of our largest markets. We just talked about Be in and out of lockdowns now. they're in their way and Country japan just put a new emergency lockdown extended to the end of september so But despite that i mean it's a concern because obviously food services being impacted but the retail and online. Business is booming. So much that Can subway it's overshadowing the the downtrends food service and thus our are up really really well so There's a concern there. Because obviously i assume have covert in the rear view mirror and all countries. I think we'd really see some some growth then but But yeah. I think it's here to stay for a while anyway. So when we look at the pork exports. I guess china hong kong. That's the number one destination that's correct and but as we've been talking in china and hong kong as we expected are down. I mean we're down about Oh twenty percents Which is about what we were estimating your today keeping in mind the last year it was just an all time record because of the south china so even though we're down twenty percent we're still on pace to the second largest year ever for pork exports to china but i think the real story on the pork side is that You know we're up a percent or two year today and that's a result of a lot of other countries stepping up. I mean you can go right on down the list. She got mexican. Central america southbound pant career so really it's a. It's a good news story is we'll take business into china. That's always great. But the fact that we're seeing broad-based growth around many many markets as a positive. You touched on this. I want to kind of get a little more detail on it. We know in this country people's buying patterns of change more online and more. You know we see the food delivery systems at home and things like that. Are we seeing those same kind of trends. Among consumers and other countries. it's mike without a doubt You know some parts of the world are further along others but You look at a place like korea this this online digital platform business. That was a very strong trend prior to coded And now it's just a supercharged with with kobe. I mean every week we read about in in korea about some new platform coming out there. There's a platform out now. That can take your food products and deliver anywhere in the city of seoul within thirty minutes. Which is unbelievable you anyone. That's been disowned team. The traffic there. You can't go around the block and thirty minutes and a lot of cases so It's really amazing What what what's happening in this whole digital space. So without a doubt and then there's other parts of the world like latin america that would really lagging in the online business prior to covert and now they've been jump started from albeit at much lower banks that we're starting to see a lot of platforms in regions that have never seen platforms for online business to the extent that we have now so yeah it's a it's a much different environment but the good news and all. These people are still consuming. Usb important outside the us borders so good first half of the year for meat exports. What are you projecting for the second half of the year. I think we're gonna continue on a beef side. We're going to continue to see growth You know it might be. Maybe not quite as brisk pace. But we're forecasting a new record over cheap eighteen easily. A new record So that's good news on pork side you know. We're we're estimating a couple of percent growth so about where we are now is what we're estimating and we're also estimated. China continues to be down and the markets something to see strength so I think overall pretty good indicators despite the headwinds one hundred had when we have talked about The logistics international supply chain logistics. We still have shortages of containers. We still have a lot of bookings especially on for frozen beef in court that are being rolled from one week to another so so yeah it while the news is pretty good honestly could be better. Have some other issues are behind this. Yeah real quick. We've talked for so long about building demand. That's obviously still important now. We face the challenge of being able to To move the product and get it there right exactly right. It's not only in the. Us is this international supply chain. You really have to think about it. Globally and i was just reading last night from offices in china a couple of major ports in china or not getting backed up and part of that labor rated and also co bid Outbreak related Where the some of these major courts like the size of long beach or bigger are backed up. So it's really a global issue. Not.

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Adams on Agriculture

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Information america's farmers and ranchers need to know on a day. Now back to. Mike adams always good to talk it over with arlen silverman chief commodities economists for stone x..

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Adams on Agriculture

06:47 min | 9 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Difficult to do that where you can do it anyway. It's obviously much more. Feasible is with the electric vehicles and So few flying to reduce gasoline consumption. There's lots of a market for fuel. I think i think you're going to see what he really interested. When it comes to bow fuel event the were in the area of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation goebbels jet fuel. So you're focus. That's what they want to talk about. What folks tell me they wanna talk about when they talk to administration officials. They want to talk about those here. We're going to get react when the ethanol industry. Yeah we're gonna get reaction from the ethanol industry to that on tomorrow's program phil. Thanks for being with us. Freesheet it take care phil brasher with agriculture communications. We'll take a break when we come back to. The missouri state fair missouri director of agriculture christian joins us stay with us. This is hi. this is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away. More adams agriculture. Coming right up. Join us every tuesday for around the table brought you by chs as we discuss. How cooperative support farmers and ranchers and build strong communities each week. We'll chat voices from throughout the cooperative system from global market access to local expertise will explore how coop ownership means you own a world of opportunities tune in on tuesdays or visit cooperative ownership dot com to learn more recently on adams agriculture. Mike steen hooke executive director of the soy transportation coalition. Before we get into what's in their for infrastructure it's kind of set up to get the one point two trillion dollars for roads and ports and waterways bridges and broadband to get that. They're going have to pass another three and a half tree. And as much as i understand the need for the physical infrastructure if you add all that other on there it seems like a pretty high price to pay the worry. The economy is that we're actually going to be overheating rather than under heating and A legitimate question is is this defined the keep adding trillions of dollars of spending on americans. What normal people would do if they would say great. We've got an area consensus and agreement. Let's pass but no it washington. Dc does they say we've got an area of consensus let's attached and controversial things onto it and make a passage of the consensus issue contingent upon the passage of a controversial portfolio for the information. Important to rule america. Join us on adams on agriculture farmers. Don't listen to the radio right wrong. In a recent survey seventy four percent of young producers said they get their most important agricultural information from their trusted farm radio station surprised. 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Now is the missouri director of agriculture christian. And chris. good to see you again and just the fact that the fares going on. That's big news right excited that the weather has cooperated were glad to see so many people out with their families enjoying the last few days of summer before school starts and everyone just seems really happy to be here. There are those who are though critical in what about covert and the outbreaks. And what precautions do you take here when you're holding fair during these times available at every admission gate for those who forget there's are he want them we also have extra sanitation going on the state fairgrounds and every day from four to six for those who have not been vaccinated in the mathewson centre. We do have a vaccination clinic there where they can receive the j. and j. shot if they choose to do so and the fact that so much of its outside that makes a big difference right. Most of our activities are held outside under open air buildings and industry a great great atmosphere. The weather has been perfect. There's been a nice cool breeze almost every day at the fair and it's just really a safe place for families to come and enjoy the outdoors and to see. Missouri at agriculture highlighted is a showcase missouri agriculture. We're talking with missouri director of agriculture. Chris jim the as far as the fairgrounds itself after the year off last year. Any improvements made or any changes made to the fairgrounds. We've had a lot of improvements. If you haven't had a chance to get to our sheep pavilion you should get out over there. We had a complete renovation of that building and brand new bathrooms. It's really nice facility now. We had a lot of electrical upgrades in our swine barn. We had a lot of work done on our horse. Barns as well and the biggest edition is we.

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Adams on Agriculture

08:22 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"You are listening to a aoa. I'm jessica benson. Grain futures are trading mixed to mostly lower today ahead of the usda walls and crop production reports corn yield. Estimate is expected to be lowered to one seventy seven point one bushels per acre and new crop ending corn stalks at one point two six five billion bushels and the eight to fourteen day. Forecast is looking more promising with above normal precipitation expected for almost the entire corn belt. Dave that rain does come through. It will provide timely benefit for soybean crops filling pods august. We're expecting to see a slight decrease estimate of us. New crop ending soybean stocks and a lot of today's attention will be focused on usda's international crop estimates. It's possible reductions could be seen for all top four exporters on the chicago board of trade september. Corn is down four and a quarter at five fifty two september. Soybean's down ten and three quarters at thirteen. Thirty six and a quarter. September being meal is up forty cents at three fifty four thirty a ton. September being oil is down thirty one points at sixty one fifty one september chicago up three and a half at seven thirty and a half september. Casey wheat is up two and a quarter at seven twelve and a half and minneapolis. Spring before september is up five at nine eighteen asks for livestock. There's a very strong possibility that packers will need to been higher in order to obtain the supply. They need as lots are holding out firm on their asking prices. The rebound we saw in hog futures yesterday should generate further buying as price of poor health and traders are seeing some potential strength developing in those cutouts on the board of trade october. live cattle. Down seventeen cents at one twenty seven forty december down five cents at one thirty. Three twelve sa- timber. Feeders are up sixty cents at one. Sixty three forty two october up. Seventy seven cents at one sixty six or seven lean hogs four. October are up. Seventy cents at eighty six fifty five december of eighty five cents at seventy nine seventy five. You're listening to a. Oh a. I'm jessica benson dig a little learn a lot for thirty bushels. Soft and crumbly. Tom how does healthy soil feel to the touch correct dig a little for forty bushels sweet and earthy tom. What does healthy soil smell like. Yes go again dig a little for fifty bushels. Dark porous and alive tom. What does healthy soil looked like. You win understanding the basics and benefits of healthy soil can make your farm a winner to through lower input costs better yield and drought protection which can lead to a healthier bottom line for your business. Contact your local natural resources conservation service office today to find out how you can unlock the secrets in your soil. This message brought to you by. Usda's natural resources conservation service and this radio station. Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world information america's farmers and ranchers need to know on a show. Now back to mike adams okay. You've just heard my concerns and frustrations with this whole infrastructure resolution. Deal so let's let's break it down and get some thoughts from mike steen hooke executive director of the soy transportation coalition. Mike thanks for joining us before we get into. What would what's in their for infrastructure. Your thoughts. I just expressed a lot of concerns. That it's kind of set up to get the one point two trillion dollars for roads and ports and waterways bridges and th and broadband to get that. They're going to have to pass another three and a half trillion to get these other things what they call human infrastructure but Those other things I as much as i want and support and understand the need for the physical infrastructure if you add all that other on there it seems like a pretty high price to pay and it's it's happening at a time where you yes. We're recovering from cova. But you know worry with the economy is that we're actually going to be overheating rather than under heating so you know a a legitimate question. Ask is is this defined to keep you know adding trillions of dollars spending Onto us americans and and that's a very legitimate concern You know this is a all it starts to trust me about. Washington being in republicans are guilty of democrats are guilty of it. In mccrory control. So they're kinda the culprits right now but you know you have an issue where there bipartisan agreement and close to consensus infrastructure in this case. And so what you know what people would do is they would say great. We've got an area consensus and agreement let's palate but no it washington. Dc does they say we've got an area of consensus. Let's attach Some controversial things onto it and make it make the passage of the consensus issue or item contingent upon the passage of a controversial. You know portfolio. And that's through and that that that should be frustrating all americans So you know we obviously would like to see. The infrastructure package passed just more focused on infrastructure. But you know we're obviously seeing This this other debate happened in washington. Dc okay you and i are. You and i agree on that. So that's kinda basically what i was just saying in the last segment all right. So let's let's put aside for the moment to three and a half trillion dollar part of if if we can if we could just get the one point two trillion that just passed out of the senate. What's in there That really addresses our infrastructure. Needs in this country. Yeah we're very pleased that there. There's funding that is identified for roads bridges and other kind of more major projects that have more regional or national impact Forty billion of that money hundred ten billion for roads bridges and major projects. And then you have forty billion of that. That's specifically identified for replacing and repairing bridges many in rural areas. And you know that's something that you know clearly would provide benefit to the agricultural supply chain. Were also pleased to see. Seventeen billion dollars Identify for ports and waterways. And you know we've got a an in a lottery system that is under-funded. That's something we've been talking about for years And so any prospect to get meaningful funding drafted to some of our walks. And then it's not solve the problem in its entirety but it will make a significant improvement and That's something that we certainly should should welcome. Then you know we have to keep remembering that you know what makes agriculture so profitable. It's not just it's not just growing the crop and it's not just having demand for that. Crop is if our ability to get crop from supply to demand in a cost effective manner. So some of these This some of these proposals and some of these funding allocations with me help achieve that talking with mike no executive director the soy transportation coalition. So mike here's my other concern if we if this does pass the money actually getting to work needs to get to and that we actually see the improvements in the infrastructure that we're being told we'll come from this. I mean i mentioned this earlier. Congress has approved a lot of spending during the pandemic and they keep talking about spending more but yet we hear about a lot of money. That's been appropriated or approved not actually being spent yet not actually being used how it was intended to be used so that would be my concern here. They they pass one point two trillion for infrastructure. Do we actually see the improvements in the money going to those projects at need to it..

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Adams on Agriculture

07:47 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi this is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up. Choose the proven performance of the roundup. Ready extend crop system featuring high yielding extend flex soybeans and the exceptional weed control of extend amax herbicide with vapor grip technology elite. Genetics triple herbicide. Tolerance flexibility. That delivers results backed by twenty five years of innovation. That's the roundup ready. Extend crops is the system of choice extended. Max is a restricted use. Pesticide always follows to reach practices. All pesticide label directions. Check with your state. Pesticide regulatory agency for specific restrictions in your state channel seeds. Men don't just sell soybean seed you can trust them to understand your fields place channel soybean products to perform with the roundup ready extend crop system including triple stacked channel extent flex soybeans. You can be confident. You're getting the excellent week control. You want and high yield potential. You need to make the most of the season. Find a seat been in your area for recommendations for your fields check with your state. Pesticide regulatory agency for specific in your state always reading fall grain marketing. An older stewardship practices and pesticide label. Directions you're listening to a. I'm kirsten roll the strength. This week has come in wheat. Markets winter wheat press to new highs three times this week spring wheat prices were also strong but fell short of its prior highs traders are also gearing up for next week's rounds of usda estimates us. Weather forecasts are trending weather throughout the weekend. Some rainfall in the west yesterday and moved into western iowa overnight. Rain is expected across the upper midwest over the next week on the board of trade this morning september corn trading a dime higher at five fifty five and three quarters the december contract up a nickel at five fifty. One and three quarters for soybeans is up timber contract up eight and a half cent at thirteen forty and a half cent the november contract eight cents higher at thirteen thirty three and a half cents for we chicago wheat september down to at seven fifteen and a fraction kansas city wheat september down to in a fraction at six ninety two minneapolis spring wheat september down a fraction at nine. Oh two and a half cent. The december contract down three quarters at eight ninety one in cash cattle country. It's slow to start this morning. Following yesterday's light to moderate movement some asking phrases remain firm around one hundred and twenty three dollars in the south and two hundred dollars in the north. More business should take place either today or tomorrow. Beef cut outs are expected to be higher with light to moderate box movement for live cattle on the board of trade. This morning october up seven cents at one twenty nine zero five december thirty two at one thirty four twenty seven feeder cattle september. Down twenty one sixty two sixty seven the october contract down a dime at one sixty five thirty five in lean hogs october a dollar sixty two lower at eight eight fifty december a dollar thirty-seven lower at eighty two fifteen in the outside markets. The dow was up one hundred and fifty four points. The nasdaq composite up fifty. One the s&p five hundred fifteen the. Us dollar index is trending higher. You're listening to aoa. I'm kirsten role. Take a look under your bed. Find stuff under there. What about jobs no. Now try your basement. There's a pair of overalls that overall. You're not so into anymore a perfectly good laptop that hasn't sat in your lap in months and even more stuff but still no jobs. Well you really have. 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Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world information america's farmers and ranchers need to know on a. Oh now back to. Mike adams well busy time of year. We have State fairs going to be cranking up Farm fest in minnesota. We talked about that yesterday and Next week the nc ba convention in nashville and coming soon the farm progress show in decatur illinois august thirty first september first and second and then next month husker harvest days in grand island nebraska. Those would be that. Those days are september fourteenth fifteenth and sixteenth. So it is a busy busy time with lots going on and we want to continue to keep you up to date on the farm. Progress show as well as husker harvest days. And our previews of both of those shows brought you by syngenta. So we'll get to Husker harvest as in just a moment. But first as we talk with mac. Young men nationally vince manager for farm progress. Matt thanks for joining us. Wow were not far away. Now from farm progress indicator starting august thirty first You have a you have some news as far as concert for that show. Yeah that's been a an ongoing but quickly evolving partnership with case i h and lee brice They just announced that yesterday. And as part of that partnership lee brice. There's going to be performing live at a free concert at the farm. Prog our show on wednesday september first at the close of the show so the the opening act will take the stage of five thirty thirty minutes after the close of the show and then We'll have leib rice onstage. They're right there inside the fence inside the grounds right jason to send syngenta square so it should be a good way to close out day to the farm progress show with the with freely bryce concert in him performing for the first time his news song farmer. Which would she wrote as a part of this partnership. With case i h so it's It's pretty cool edition to to go with a month ago. Yup so a big concert at farm progress indicator on wednesday september first. We'll talk more about that when we have our next farm. Progress show preview will have that next week but real quick our plans overall going and finalizing for the show. It's it's going really really well. You know it. A lot of a lot of things. Changing quickly You know the world a little bit different in terms of being able to get a hold of inventory of things and so We're making a lot of Moves here and there as we start to just check on things that we assume are done thing. Maybe they're not not available or we've got to come up with solutions. So it's it's it's a little hectic but that's okay because we're doing alive in person show which is a great thing and A little bit of a little bit of reorganizing things here and there but you know most of it is is behind the scenes. The growers are never gonna see any you know they're they're never gonna notice the difference they can just look forward to another good farm progress show indicator and and good husker harvest stays outside of grand island ought perhaps as we watch what's happening with covert any changes in In procedures that.

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Adams on Agriculture

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"But we went ahead and sprayed it anyway just in case 'cause this is humidity here ninety five degrees and ninety five percent humidity. Hard on an old guy. Yeah sure is what about disease Pressures have you seen anything pop up this year. We have not and a lot of guys were tempted to not spray. I think majority that farmers around here sprayed the corn and and sprint soybeans right now but Really haven't seen much for for the the change in weather and the high humidity we've had. I'm surprised we haven't seen more more diseases but We're we're just plugging along here for really good crop so you must have made it through pollination in pretty good shape as far as whether well you know we always talk about fourth of july rain and it was right right before that and my birthdays a week before and and claiming it as my birthday rain until it went over ten inches and then Backed off of that. People were sending the texts that they wanted me to pay for the damage that this was causing but I'm sure we're gonna find some holes and problems in the field from that much rain some of them head up to fourteen inches. And you know you you. You can't have a rain like that without having damage right the way it's going now we're heading into august. What do you think about when you build a when you would start on harvest but maybe a little sooner this year. I don't think so. I think that the corn was was pushed back a little bit with that dry weather and heat. We had early there In june and i think we're going to be you know labor day or later so mid-september probably is going to be the the big start and i know you talked with a lot of friends in different parts of the country and You're hearing from them. This these extremes that are out there. Right i mean Areas like yours are looking really good in the areas. That are just hard to grow anything this year. It's it's extreme all over. I mean you go west to central kansas. And they're just as dries they've ever been and and you go north. Then you know. South dakota north dakota. It's it's really extreme. But you know we've seen these things before and it's just happened that that we're catching the rain this time but one rain really makes a difference when when you need it bad and i'm not sure you know you see a lot of minnesota is in bad shape and You really feel for them. Because they're they're used to nice weather most of the time so It's it's really tough to see guys who just play miss the whole year because it's it's a pretty rapid a lot of places it really is but you're looking at it. Would you think is going to be a very good corn crop. And you're looking at these prices. You don't usually get those two matched up. Do you know you don't like and it's really good feeling to to have that Figure these numbers up and and they're really really make it for goodyear. Really feel good for anybody. That's having a good crop and a good price at the same time. His you're right. You don't get that very often. And i've had it a couple of times in my fifty years of farming but Not very i'll. I know you watch closely. Still the ethanol industry and the challenges faced there You've seen the ups and downs of this industry over the years. How do you feel about where it's at right now. What's really hard to figure out it. Is you know that's an all businesses is moving along making some money. You look down the road and you know why in the world would would liden campaign against the oil industry and then try to beat up on the renewable ethanol sector. I just don't understand that. Hopefully this this is just gonna keep you know working itself out and you know. I'm i'm thinking that it will back. I just can't see the the environmental things in climate things that all the administration's talking about here and then beat up on a good product that helping the climate thing by not not fully supporting so. Yeah that's where. I'm painting my hopes You know there's a. There's a lot of things going against it's right. Now that makes things really uncertain short craft help. I get that there are big deal all right ken. Good to talk with you. And we'll talk again when you get To to harvesting that crop hopefully you've got a ways to go to get their little finish out strong for you. Thanks a lot. Thank you kansas farmer. Ken mcauley with crop date from his area. That does it for today. Joints skin tomorrow on. Koa hi this. Is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world. Are you heading to nca in nashville. The national growers has a great lineup for you on wednesday august eleventh. Mike adams broadcasting live at nine. Am from the us. Meat export federation booth on behalf of the national growers association at twelve thirty in the learning lounge and cj wilson mazda panel discussion with us round table for sustainable beef and the us meat export federation as discussed the partnerships between corn and cattle. We'll see you in nashville..

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Adams on Agriculture

07:21 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi. this is mike adams. You're listening to a a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams agriculture coming right up. Choose the proven performance of the roundup. Ready extend crop system featuring high yielding extend flex soybeans and the exceptional weed control of extend amax herbicide with vapor grip technology elite. Genetics triple herbicide. Tolerance flexibility. That delivers results backed by twenty five years of innovation. That's around ready. Extend crops the system of choice extended max's or restricted use. Pesticide always follows to reach your practices. All pesticide label directions and check with your state. Pesticide regulatory agency for specific restrictions in your state channel seeds. Men don't just sell soybean seed you can trust them to understand your fields in place channel soybean products to perform with the roundup ready extend crop system including triple stacked channel extend flex soybeans. You can be confident. You're getting the excellent week control. You want and high yield potential. You need to make the most of the season. Find a seat been in your area for recommendations for your fields check with your state. Pesticide regulatory agency for specific restrictions. In your state always reading fall marketing. All their stewardship practices at pesticide label. Directions you're listening to a a. I'm kirsten role. Traders are still uncertain. Corn and bean prices refused to move in any trend and whether remains the dominant market factor on a positive note grain. prices are well above. Monday's lows row. Crops are trading firm on this wednesday current weather forecasts have more spotty less widespread rain in store for the corn belt through the weekend along with high temperatures near the one hundred degree mark on the board of trade this morning. September corn trading two and three quarters of a cent higher at five fifty one and a fraction the december contract up four cents at five fifty and a fraction of a cent for soybeans. The august contract trading six a fraction higher at fourteen twenty four and a half cent. The september contract trading three cents higher at thirteen seventy and a fraction of ascent for weeks ago. September trading twenty cents higher at six ninety four and a half cent kansas city. We september up seventeen at six fifty eight and a half cent. Minneapolis spring wheat. September up twenty and a fraction at eight ninety eight and a half cent. The december contract up seventeen and a half cent at eighty five and a half cent marks beef continues to push higher as retailers looking ahead to the labor day demand. Choice cuts gained a dollar eighty with select cuts up three dollars and two cents. Whether the strength inbox beef will increase the need for packers to step up and pay more for cattle remains to be seen the few cattle. That traded tuesday is not a good indication. Of what will possibly take place today or the rest of the week. Weights are holding rather steady at this time of year. When generally they would increase indicating the market is current on the board of trade august live cattle trading fifty cents higher at one twenty three forty two october up fifty cents at one twenty eight ninety two four feeders august down fifteen at one sixty fifty seven the september contract up to at one sixty four. Oh two in lean hogs the august contract sixty cents lower at one. Oh six eighty seven. October a dollar fifty lower at nine hundred ninety seven. You're listening to a oa. I'm kirsten role fifty four. So basically it's too late to start saving for retirement right. Not right starting to save. Even your fifties can really make a difference. Well right now. 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Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world information america's farmers and ranchers need to know on a show. Now back to mike adams all right. Let's talk it over with todd. Holtman lead analysts ford. Dt in todd. Good to talk with you again. These markets Whether markets reacting to weather conditions aren't they yes We're still in the throes of the dog days of summer year. Still not seeing a lot of rain in the forecast and We still have that same two way. Split between the dry side and the west side of the corn belt. Some spotty rain so no in places that need them. But you just kind of hoping you get one to get you by to the next one and some of those places right. I mean just so dry when we we've talked about this before trying to determine whether the the good areas have been getting rain do they overcome offset the areas. That aren't getting the rain. And that's the big question to be answered as we move through Into harvest time right. Yeah and and To be honest it's not easy to answer But i still tend to think that we're going to be on the short side overall nationally and I think the big concern still are the swing states of iowa minnesota this year. Of course minnesota's getting the worst of that and they're dried state and there's not a lot of hope in the immediate seven day forecast To to expect much change there and then I was doing okay. But they're still a bit on the borderline and still the western corn better area Could use some of those timely moisture's that you're talking about talking about this yesterday and i recall you you bringing up the rationing word earlier on but when you have these Stocks this tight and if you have production concerns like we're having this year. I mean don't you have to look at the possibility of really rationing demand. Yeah and I i think we really saw that in spades earlier this year we saw a big surge of demand for both cash corn and soybeans in late april early. May that seemed to be when the kansas fever pitch of this Demand side of the market really peak since then It's been a little more balanced. I'd say the cash corn prices have held up better than the cash. Swigging prices definitely but here we are In the last week of july were Just two days away. From starting the delivery period for august soybeans and we still have august soybeans trading fifty four cents higher than the september contract which is only one month later. That's that's still a strong sign. A commercial bidding up the need to secure soybeans now as opposed to waiting one month.

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Adams on Agriculture

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Tonight. Todd neely we'll talk more about infrastructure. And how are we set up for this year's harvest. We'll talk with mike steen hook next on. Hi this is mike adams. You're listening to a oh adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up. are you heading to ba. in nashville. The national pungo has a great lineup for you on wednesday august eleventh mike adams. We'll be broadcasting live at nine. Am from the us. Meat export federation booth on behalf of the national corn growers association at twelve thirty in the learning lounge. Mcga will host a panel discussion with us. Round table for sustainable beefed. Us meat export federation as they discussed the partnerships between corn and handle. We'll see you in nashville. Choose the proven performance of the roundup. Ready extend crops featuring high yielding extend flex soybeans and the exceptional weed control of extend amax herbicide with vapor grip technology elite genetics. 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Coalition about how we're set up to handle the harvest to kind of wait also to see. Just how big. It's going to be some places not so big and other places could be a very big crop indeed so we take a look at conditions across the country. Mike thank you for joining us and How to how things set up we look at You know the rivers. We look at The roads we look at the rail system. Are we ready for this harvest. Well i think the the real important background is that we have a global supply chain that remains under stress and it really you know impacts all of the modes of transportation. What gets most of the publicity is the the real challenges with securing containers A very overly stressed poor area with ships lining up and all of those things and that's and rightfully so but you know we also have a perpetual challenges even pretend democ of getting enough truck drivers to move products around and clearly. A lot of farmers moved you know transport their own product. Were just hire someone to do it. But that certainly affects the movement of agricultural shipments and hewlett barge. transportation is. Well you can see. We've seen rates go up with all of the significant volume. being moved. freight railroads are under stress as well. So you know. I think you know. Overall we're pretty well positioned but i think that's the real important Context for all of that. So i wouldn't be surprised. Unfortunately if there are some challenges in getting products from plenty to point be it. Sounds like the potential there for some backups. And we kind of live in that world. Today things being delayed. We're we're you're always waiting for something to to get to you. That used to come so much more quickly. And that's gonna be the same moving out right so When we look at those port backups on the west coast and some of these other issues. You just talked about getting drivers things like that That potentially Could be a big problem harvest time. Yeah and you know. Thinking really changed on a diamond. Obviously you know. Kobe is a real You know it's something that can really throw a wrench into our plans. You know not only just the virus itself but then there's also almost a separate issue of how we of the society respond to that virus. And whether we you know increasingly imposed lockdowns or any kind of restrictions You know it wasn't just a handful of weeks ago that china's most busiest ports and in the southern part of the country. They had kind of flare up with kobe. And then all of a sudden there's a lot of restrictions imposed at that port and all of a gets without really much anticipation of it. There was a huge backlog. In one of the most important gateways the in and out of china those things can happen throughout the country. And so you know it really is and finding with the whole area supply chain people who have been following this for years it used to be the the the design with the have just in time delivery and that all works well and there's a real economic reason for that that works well of everything is running in synchronization and you're not having any kind of delays and ones that one of the things the last year and a half potus is.

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Adams on Agriculture

08:38 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world informing america's farmers and ranchers. This is a show produced by the american egg radio network. Here's your host. Mike adams hello everyone. Welcome to a oa. Thank you so much for joining us. Hope you're having a good day. We appreciate you letting us be part of your day coming up. We are going to talk about infrastructure. Not only the package being still worked on in washington. But just where are we as we head into the fall harvest season where are we with rails and and river transportation locks and dams and and course port situation. Are we ready for this harvest. And we'll talk about that with mike. Steve hooke executive director of the soy transportation. Coalition weren't talk markets with dean's lead analyst todd holtman and we'll get another crop report time. We go to eastern kansas. We will talk with. Ken mcauley about how things are looking in his area. Let's start off a check on the news with todd. Neely from dt. And todd good to talk with you doing. Good morning mike. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me well. Good that we're both here a let's Let's look at this latest move by the f. Ethanol industry trying to get the attention. I think of the biden administration so saying hey we can help meet these climate goals if you just give us a chance. And they've written a letter From their member companies saying that they can hit net zero emissions by the year. Twenty fifty i. It just seems like they're trying to get the attention this administration that you don't have to all your eggs in one basket meaning electric vehicles. You have an industry right here right now. That can help you on this. Yeah you know mike. It's interesting because a lot of this story that's that's told to biden in this letter. about reducing emissions and how all can contribute. This is really It's really been a message. That the industry's had for some time. I think You know it's always kind of been in the background. It's always been something that Industry known for a while. But it's improving year in and year out but how it produces ethanol and and particularly its climate. Its climate benefits I think this is probably a one of many steps and maybe to come up with the industry's going to start taking some different Some different tax in terms of trying to reach the biden administration. You know we. We've heard that the rss volumes are delayed for twenty one twenty two So there's a lot of concern When it comes to the us and whether the by epa's is really going to enforce the regulation. Or whether it's just gonna kinda die on the line. And i think i would suspect that this letter that was sent by seventy ethanol companies who are all members of the say I suspect this is just one of many things that the industry is going to attempt to do. And and ways that it's gonna take to Try to gain the attention of the administration. I think they they since the urgency of the moment don't you think the the biofuels industry that Decisions that are going to be made here under. This administration will determine in large part The future of the biofuels industry. Absolutely like i think that that's in play. And i. i also think that one thing to keep in mind too that regardless of what the epa does regardless of what this administration does There's probably always going to be a market for at least ten percent off and all and i know that's not what people wanna hear necessarily The weather you know whatever happens with the. Irs says it doesn't spell the end of the industry but it certainly you know it's an industry that has the potential to grow quite a bit more. I mean we receive what can have on the beach. Fifteen we you know. There's a lot of other things going on. You know high-octane field discussion. I mean there's a lot out there that you know you're talking about reducing climate emissions Ethanol seems to fit in. And not only that like you said it's available now. The industry's raring to go. You know it's always ready for expansion and i It'll it'll be interesting to see if this this particular pledge worksite. I know that a lot of people are frustrated. Enough all right now as to where things stand and it's just well it's just not realistic to think you're gonna just the pardon. The pun flipped the switch said. Everything's electric. i mean. It isn't going to happen. It couldn't happen that quickly no matter how much you wanted to. If if you're on that's if you're long nose law finds of winning it to go that way you'd have to build the infrastructure. You have to make such a change. That doesn't happen overnight. So i think it's nothing else. You would embrace what you have right now. Even if it's your only look at it as a way to you to where you're trying to go if you're making a change absolutely you know like there's a here he said you said something about infrastructure and you're right when it comes to electric vehicle situation there's There's a massive required build out for for electric vehicles to become the next thing And when you look at the up and all industry we've been seeing a build out for quite some time you know. It's kind of kind of evident float. I mean we've had different periods of time where the industry was able to get more done on the infrastructure side of things But it's it's an industry that's been around for a while you know and i and it's It's really it's really kinda surprising where we stand right now. I think a lot of people thought coming into this administration You know we knew there was gonna be climate goals and a lot more aggressive moves on that front and you kind of thought that that's probably would play a role and maybe You know. I think there's still a lot to be done to tell that story and this is I think this is just the first step Going forward and talk about trying to build out an infrastructure. We can't hardly. I mean we've gone two weeks and weeks and they're still can't come to some decision on how to upgrade the infrastructure. We have in place now. Yeah and and you're right you know. We're still seeing in in between the house between senate between the presidency You know there's still a lot going on behind closed doors here about you know. Getting an infrastructure package passed. I think the latest talk. Is this This week i could go on into the weekend And it's really kind of hard to figure out where the divides art and seems like there's a lot of political back and forth on this is there isn't a lot of things in washington That you're right infrastructure is a. It's a huge issue and You know you really like to see some of this. Come to a head and you'd like to see some of it To focus on rural america. So i guess we'll just wait and see but it's kind of a political fight. That doesn't ever seem to end. That's right it just keeps on going. It seems like We're talking with todd holt. i taught hopman todd neely. We're gonna talk for todd. Hope and a little later todd haley. Dtm so as we look for you know some kind of movement here Meanwhile we wait to see what comes to this proposal with the the infrastructure Meanwhile yesterday talked a little bit with the secretary ville sack and he says there are some things happening on his Usda's plan to diversify the the meatpacking industry get help to small producers but again as we talked before small packing plants. I should say at takes a long time to. Yeah absolutely you know and I think. I think it's encouraging sign that we're seeing some action even in congress. Today we've got a number of hearings On the cattle industry and and supply chain that sort of thing. I think the focus has been renewed and i think You know there's gonna be steps along the way we're going to have to have some. Usda intervention whether it'd be offering grants Whatever case may be. And i think this is It's a long term thing you know if we're gonna have a competitive Capital markets and those sorts of things. We're going to have to have a long term strategy. You never have a shortage of hearings. We never have a shortage of those absolutely. Yeah more today todd. Good to talk with you. thanks.

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"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Hi this is mike adams. Thanks for listening to adams on agriculture. Join me monday. Through friday for the latest farm and agriculture news from around the world informing america's farmers and ranchers. This is a produced by the american egg radio network. Here's your host. Mike annan's hello everyone. Welcome to aoa. Thank you so much for joining us letting us be part of your day. We always appreciate it. Here's what we're gonna talk about today. We're talk markets with naomi. Blue total far marketing. We'll take a look at the very challenging weather conditions in the state of montana. We've been talking a lot about the western plains. Western part of the country dealing with heat and drought and some places grasshoppers. Now the state of montana one of those states hard hit were in talk with their state. Statistician coming up on today's program and we're going to talk with the michigan state plant pathologists about the ongoing battle with soybean sistema towed all that coming up on today's show but we're happy to start things off today with a special guest. We have with the secretary of agriculture. Tom bill sack mister secretary. Thanks for joining us. Mike happy you lots to talk about first of all your perspective. Maybe an update on where we are with this infrastructure package. We've heard about it for weeks. Different packages we've heard about you know traditional infrastructure and human infrastructure and and companion bills and things like. That is a bipartisan attempt. What's the latest that you're seeing in what you see is the significance here for agriculture. Listen mike i think the next two weeks. Maybe some of the most important most important two week period for american culture in some time For rural america At stake is the ability of the us. Senate the work in a bipartisan way to establish a commitment infrastructure. That's long talked about it. Never delivered What they're considering is an historic investment in roads and bridges and our transportation system that would allow us to maintain advantage. We have an expert markets at being able to get product market more less expensively so we can competitive price and make our exports attracted to the rest of the world. We're headed toward record export year and agriculture. This year when i was built on that opportunity chancellor finally to connect everyone in america broadband To be extra that everyone has an opportunity to use that twenty per century infrastructure at an for millions of arkansas guaranteed to clean drinking water which unfortunately many rural communities stores as a challenge so very very large opportunities here Really pretty jobs in to improve the infrastructure Parties are continuing negotiate Not easy issues. Certainly when it comes down to how you pay for these These improvements Issues but hopefully they will get get. This worked out there will be at. I suspect they. Bill may not be bipartisan. Bill to be passed on a partisan vote that bill is really designed to address. The challenges of american families Working families middle class families having a tough time with forty healthcare childcare The college Expense and this american families playing back better offered bug. President is designed to really sure up classroom working families and providing additional assistance through foreign tax credits Jewish community colleges increased pell grants expansion of the portal care act subsidies for rural americans Opportunities to create a tax credit at receiving That will make a little for them to take their children at all of this sort of wrapped up in an effort to try to move the economy forward after The difficulties experienced the pandemic and still to take continue to Do what the pandemic And and really helping to really solidify middle class because at the end of the day that's critically important to the future of the country. We're talking to secretary of agriculture tom. Bill you're getting a little bit of a warble in your phone. Line mister secretary. So hopefully that will clear up real quick. What are you hearing from agriculture. How do you respond about their concerns as possible. Tax changes whether stepped up basis or or corporation taxes. Whatever may be capital gains taxes To pay for some of this well. The reality is that No one making less important thousand dollars. It's going to see their taxes. Increase in fact many families will see their taxes decrease because of the child care tax credit. The child The child tax credit to tax credits provide opportunities for working families including farm families And the reality is to step up basis structure currently Ninety almost ninety nine percent of of family farms will be impacted affected by that change So i think there's a the concern. I'll make sure that we maintain the family firm. Notwithstanding of the the need for all this intrastructure and to pay for it. And i'm confident that at the end that will be the case But farmers will benefit from better transportation systems. They will benefit from having access to broadband. They certainly will benefit from having water And their families will will certainly be strengthened by the ability to access education Less expensively Perhaps breath on on the healthcare expense. I get tax. Credits will actually reduce tax burden. You have been very involved with The the packing issue of trying to increase capacity you now funding for for small plant and getting more diversity within the industry. How soon do you think we can see results from this. The first thing is basically listen and learn We've already begun the process of reaching out to those who are considering Producing and constructing plants in missouri nebraska and iowa to find out what challenges they face. We know that there is a need for capital we know there is a need for the development of lender community. That understands This is the industry is willing to work with producer owned groups Above out Production capacity we know that there are challenges with the costs of what. We're gonna put a request for information this week In which we're so sitting information on how best to structure this This program in this effort but our hope is that as we learn more at the tail end of Twenty twenty one twenty twenty two we can begin to make Some assistance to help you already put together. Fifty five million dollars assistance or existing processing facilities To be able to expand their operation to be able to potentially benefit from a marketing across state lines. We also have a one hundred million dollars to defray the expensive inspection piece of these facilities incurred as a result of the pandemic making for the small degrade small processing facilities to stay in business. We're going to have to make the system more resilient mike and the end of the day we're gonna have to make investments in an expanded processing and my hope is that those investments are for producer owned processing facility so that produces benefit from production but also processing real quick labor reform. You've weighed in on this. You think we're going to be able to get something through to help. Ease.

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Adams on Agriculture

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"The index of current conditions in the addiction future expectations fell but the index of current conditions fell much more cheaply. And we think one of the reasons why the index fell so hard is if you look at when we survey people in mid-may and then the week of june twenty first or twenty fifth both corn and soybean futures price fell dramatically. Do you look at the the soybean futures we saw drop of about two dollars and fifty cents very large drop for mid mid june through the nearby corn futures dropped about eighty cents and so even though the prices are still relatively strong to certainly. Those prices are weaker for the information. Important to rule america. Join us on atoms on agriculture adams on agriculture prides itself on bringing top leaders in the industry. Right to your radio speakers away wants to continue that conversation right to your fingertips follow. Aoa on twitter at a underscore talk show and mike adams himself at the handle. Like adams egg you will receive real time highlights of the show and keep up with which convention or industry meeting a way is attending. That's underscored hop show and mike adams egg. We hope to see you online. Take a look under your bed. Find stuff under there. What about jobs no. Now try your basement. There's a pair of overalls that overall. You're not so into anymore a perfectly good laptop that hasn't sat in your lap in months and even more stuff but still no jobs. Well you really have. Both see stuff is defined as household articles considered as a group. Sometimes this stuff is no longer needed. Wait no longer needed. That can't be right because remember those jobs you were looking for those are really needed. And they're the stuff inside your stuff..

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Adams on Agriculture

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"As we go along. Yeah it's it's more difficult to push things about now of course we're in pollination now for the bulk of the crop were the bulk of the crop. Nationally is pollinating within a ten day period. So that's very significant. Had we seen a major doma doom like nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight or two thousand twelve. It would've been devastating for the crop but because of the tight global situation right now especially with the short brazil crop that just going to get smaller. We don't need that type of situation to create problems. All we need is a five percent drop in yield and we've got a problem In and actually less than that just a drop in the yield down to one seventy five and we have a problem. So and i get a lot of people saying arslan. You're overstating things you know. We we got a lot of corn around the country. Yeah we do that. It doesn't or titan if it doesn't take that big of a problem in order to create tightness in the global balance sheet going forward and that's why matters fact on soybeans anything less than a trend yield and we have to ration demand So there's even less margin fair was silly being twitches why soybeans have been taking more of the lead here over the past week or so. It's just a different scenario than we've had for quite some time. We're talking with arlen superman with stone ex all right. So china makes another one of these announcements that they're going to increase production I said this yesterday a political announcement and the reality and reality are too often two different things ride. Just because you say you're gonna do something doesn't mean you will or can yeah. That's an excellent point night. I had a conversation with our team in shanghai about this Just this week earlier this week and We talked about the various things that the government is doing to try to bring about. Increased supply Because they do want to be self sufficient. They don't like having to be dependent on importing food related products And so they've been investing in the seed industry. They've been investing in a lot of different factors they've given quotas to the various provinces that reward them if they increase production in there that in their region of responsibility well within china what that does is encourage line and so local authorities say well we increased production more than they actually did. So the numbers come out. Perhaps that's why we see inflated stocks levels for china right now that. Usda continues to report to this day. Even though we know from the cash market that china's basically out of corn And having to import what they're auctioning now is what they've actually imported from the united states and ukraine so the other factor is i specifically asked water the chances that they're going to be successful at increasing yields with all the things that are doing and he said it's going to be very slow going first of all chinese farmer puts on far more fertilizer than what he needs to. He already over fertilizes. so he's trying to maximize yield that way already and it you know. And they're still getting a national average yield of around one hundred bushels paret ker versus where we're at today of eighty bushels about eighty percent above that so then what about genetics so they still have tremendous opposition to gmo there within china and while there have been a lot of cooperative farms developed over recent years With a lot of people moving from the country into town they still the dominant situation. Agriculture is hundreds of millions of farmers with a little acre half acre to an acre farm. And it's very difficult to get them to accept the new technology and to apply it and china could do things to move those people off the farms and to build the big cooperative fires within. What do you do with these hundreds of millions of people that you gotta provide income to in economy. That's really struggling right now And so it. I think short term. They may be overstating. Ucf may be overstating. What china needs to import or will import near term. But i think they still have a big corn feed deficiency problem. That's going to continue in the years ahead right. Let's look at our economy as an economist. How concerned are you about inflation. I'm very concerned. Obviously when you come out of a recession and in this case it was a made to to shut down the economy. Slow the spread of corona virus When you come out of that you're gonna have a surge in demand. It takes some time to get to supply lines going again and so you're gonna have some inflation that's the transitory or temporary inflation. There are certainly a lot of evidence of that. What i've been arguing though is. We're gonna have more perpetual Inflation beyond that and for that. We simply had to wait for the evidence. The back that up and now we're starting to see that the data that Excuse me that we've seen come out the last couple of days and the consumer level and from the producer level is showing that it's showing both it's showing the transitory and it's showing more the perpetual now and i think it's a big problem when you increase you do have increased demand but there's some shen is it. That's just temporary. But when you increase money supply the way we've done five trillion dollars over the last two years That of increased availability of money into the consumer's hands to translates into higher spending levels. And what the otherwise would and yes. They're paying down debt But they're still spending more as well and a couple of reports that came out this morning from the new york fed. manufacturing district as well as philadelphia. The first of the round for this month cycle of fed district Reports again showing the tremendous demand manufactured goods and prices going up at a rapid pace and the fed type likes to take food and energy out of the equation when they'd look at core inflation but food and energy costs are going up fast and they are foundational for a lot of these others and wage. Inflation this morning's report showing projected wage inflation afford a five percent. That's perpetual inflation there as well and that tends to be imported of commodities long-term arlen. Thanks a lot appreciate it. Thank you arlen. Centerman chief commodities economists for stone Stay with us. You're listening to a i. This is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up take a look under your bed. Find stuff under there. What about jobs. No now try your basement. There's a pair of overalls at overall. 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Adams on Agriculture

12:50 min | 11 months ago

"adams " Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"Intelligence like this visit. Dt npf dot com recently on adams on agriculture. We're joined by jeff. Cooper president and ceo. The renewable fuels association had some setbacks in the courts from supreme court and appellate court on waivers and now on e. fifteen year round sales. The news isn't all bad. I give us your assessment of where we're at after these rulings and your outlook for the industry now moving forward you know obviously very disappointed in these rulings and they definitely are setbacks but this battle is far from over and the good news on the e fifteen ruling is. This decision. Doesn't change anything for retailers. Who are currently selling fifteen this summer. They don't have to do anything different. For now. The dc circuit essentially put a stay on its ruling again. The good news is we. 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America's farmers and ranchers need to know a now back to mike adams. All right we have a lot to talk about. With tanner beamer national cattlemen's beef association's director of government affairs and market regulatory policy. Tanner thank you for joining us. the sixer ville sack announced. Usda planning spending money funding A small meat processing plants. What's your reaction to that you know that was A really good announcement that we thought came out of. Usda and you're right. There is a lot of money to go around Under the announcement. That secretary vilsek made from council bluffs iowa last friday. We were really pleased to see usda committing allocate. Five hundred million dollars under the bill back better initiative to New entrance into the meat and poultry processing sector specifically on the beef side. You know one of the reasons why we've seen such disparate. Price breads between fed cattle prices and box. Beef prices in the aftermath of the holcomb fire or during the covert in nineteen. Pandemic is because there really is a situation. Now where cattle supplies are well in excess of processing capacity and anytime you have a disruption at the processing sector eve temporary plant closures for cyber attacks or Pandemics it really accentuates the difference between the box beef or between the hooks space and the fed cab supplies and that creates a tremendous leverage problem for cattle producers in some of these fed cattle negotiations and so there was a study done by rob a bank last september that founded the industry could economically accommodate roughly fifty seven hundred hooks of new processing capacity on a daily basis which might not sound like much but over the course of a year. That equates to somewhere in the ballpark of one and a half million head of cattle So it was really encouraging to see. Usda investing in this especially for processors ranging from very small to mid size. You know think anywhere from twenty five headed day to fifteen hundred a day. That's just more hooks in the system more resilient to Whatever market disruptions that we can expect to see in the future. There's always a lot of publicity around the big announcement like last friday. When the announcements made five hundred million dollars for new meat processing capacity but then after the announcement that comes the actual getting it done And that can get kind of lengthy at times and a lot of details to work through. Yeah absolutely and you know. Usda is beginning that process right. And that's that's really the the the big question here right is how exactly are they going to go about getting the money where it needs to go getting it. Into the hands of small businesses that want to construct new packing facility. And then there. There were a host of other things announcing that Executive order from the white house and then usda subsequent announcement as well things like dealing with the product of the usa labeling It sounds like we may be revisiting. The two thousand sixteen obama rule on judah and enforcement of the packers and stockyards act And so we're going to be really paying attention throughout this process is really was The starting gun if you will as we begin what is not a sprint but more of a marathon There are going to be a lot of opportunities for cattle producers to get their voice on the record on some of these big issues And i think usda's beginning that process with what we call a request for information basically just soliciting feedback from the industry on how best to go about implementing the president's executive order and then usda's intend to implement the specifics of that their own agency talkie tanner beamer within cba. Because tanner's you will know Once the excitement of this original announcement is made comes out then it oftentimes he thinks tend to bog down in the bureaucratic process. And as you said the key is does the money get to the right places to the right people So that's what you have to be very Very observant on right. And and keep pushing on that because sometimes it just kind of drifts away and you lose track of things if you don't stay on top of it exactly right and this is. This is a super high priority issue for nca this issue processing capacity because it's part of a larger approach to increase opportunities for profitability for our members which are board of directors indicated at our last convention was one of our top policy priorities for twenty twenty one. And so as we start to look for different ways to increase profitability opportunities in terms of negotiating leverage. Like i said adding more hooks to the system is the best way to ensure that cattle producers have more leverage in these conversations with packers and he can start to put some upward pressure on those fed cattle prices. But that's just one one element of a broader approach that involves market oversight price transparency and price discovery as well and so as we start to look at options that we can get on the ground as soon as possible. You know we were really excited to see this commitment to funds. But you're absolutely right. It is going to require Steady attention and you can rest assured that we are going to be watching this very closely And making sure that. Usda is not Taking their sweet time and implementing those because the problem exists now and that's one of the benefits utilizing some of these leftover american rescue plan funds. is that you don't have to have necessarily new congressional authorization which just add more time to the response on. What is a very real problem in the here. And now yeah secretary ville sack said hopefully year from now we can. We can look at the definite results from this so often these things get started and you get a year down the road and you look back and say whatever happened to that. Whatever happened to the money. So that's what you gotta make sure they stay on top and We actually see something. Come from a. Meanwhile this product of usa label issue Why we've been down this road before. How do you see different this time. Well you know. The product of the usa label effort is is actually a little bit different from some of the previous fights. We've had on say mandatory country of origin labeling. Right as of right now. Product of the usa is generically approved label by the food safety inspection service which means that the product does not have to undergo any source verification. As a matter of fact imported product is eligible to bear that label in the grocery store provided it is repackaged or passes through a usda inspected facility once it arrives in the united states and that we think has the potential to be very misleading for consumers. Who if they were to read product of the usa on a beef package would assume that that is entirely of us origin when that may not be the case so what we have proposed and this is actually very encouraging to see because it was about a month ago that nca filed a petition with the food safety inspection service asking them to do away with the product of the usa label. And if they need to have some sort of a generically approved label for use in the retail sector that that should be a lot more descriptive and transparent with something more akin to protest in the us that way it opens up opportunities for producers. Who sees some value or the opportunity to capture additional value for animals that are actually of united states origin to pursue other voluntary means of labeling that that does have source verification that is required to have product differentiation and they can do that through the agricultural marketing services process verified programs. You know those are currently in place for Certain state departments of agriculture. Use them just to identify Beef products of state origin A lot of the other programs like a non hormone-treated cattle undergo process verified programs so that infrastructure is already in place but the generic application of that label in its current form is is very misleading to consumers and we think that that needs to go away so we were very encouraged to see such a rapid response from the secretary and his team at usda to our petition in having a full top to bottom revisitation of that label and its application in the market. Today is there a label do zinc. We can come up with the labels. It's gonna satisfy Producers and packers and trading partners and consumers. You know. I think that there is an opportunity for that And that's really what we want to do from. The perspective is make sure that we are leveling the playing field for producers that. Have an idea On that could look like to go and be able to Bring forth vp and get it approved through usda Find a supply chain with a packer and a retailer or some other way to bring that product to the consumer. But they need to be able to do it in a way that they're not undercut by again a generically approved label with no source verification or no other needs to verify the origin of the product And so that's what our focus is on. And i do believe that there are opportunities out there. it's just gonna take somebody who's Innovative and has the initiative to engage with packers and retailers. And maybe even consumers to figure out what that needs to look like in order to present a real net return across the supply. Chain all right tanner. We will be watching closely. Thank you very much you bet. Thank you tanner beamer. Nc ba's director of government affairs and market regulatory policy so the administration taking a lot of steps here initial steps and. I think getting a lot of people's hopes up that some of these areas of concern will be addressed..

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